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JFK, I'm fixing my Dad's old honda express(78), all it needs at this point is a petcock. Do you have any you would be willing to part with? Email me if you can help out.
Thanks, Rob
dimaiord@vcu.edu

Hey, rob! Sorry... I don't have any extra. I would totally give you one.

Here are some sites you can get a Honda Express Petcock (call or ask them to make sure your purchase will fit):

http://www.treatland.tv/SearchResults.asp?Search=petcock

http://www.1977mopeds.com/cgi-bin/commerce.cgi?keywords=petcock&defaction=search

Also, talk to "mattschmitz" on this Moped Army post:

http://www.mopedarmy.com/forums/discuss/2/170037/170032/

Hope that all helps!!

HAVE FUN AND GOOD LUCK!!

Hey there, I know nothing about small engines or carbs but I tackled this tonight with my 78 express. Everything is cleaned and dry but the gasket for the carb is a tad stretched now that I try to put it back on, won't fit quite right. Any suggestions? Also, do I need to put some sort of grease on the gasket? Seems like I should. Thanks!

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